New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show today where he talked about the Minnesota game, his future with the Saints, and his kids.
When Ellen DeGeneres asked about the Saints' last game against the Minnesota Vikings, a pretending-to-be-reluctant Brees asked, "Do we have to [talk about it]?"
The veteran quarterback went on to describe the game as the "highest of the highs and lowest of the lows" after the Saints served a 17-0 comeback.
Although Brees said the loss was heartbreaking, he said, "We had a great season. We have a lot to be proud of."
And for the answer all Saints fans have been waiting for: Will Brees make his return for the 2018-19 season?
"Of course I'm coming back. I'm a New Orleans Saint for life," Brees replied to DeGeneres.
DeGeneres couldn't help but ask Brees about the video showing his boys roughhousing on the sidelines during the Pro Bowl in Orlando last weekend.
"They can't keep their hands off each other," Brees said with a smile. "They're just constantly doing all this stuff, and so they just start going at it while I'm talking to [ESPN sideline reporter] Lisa Salters and [oldest son] Baylen. I'm just watching them, and this fight goes onto the field while the AFC offense is trying to drive down the field."
For the full interview, click here.